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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

When a man pulled a shotgun out from under a long coat and started shooting into a church congregation near Fort Worth, Texas, last winter, Jack Wilson didn't hesitate. read more

Plans to poison or kidnap Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian embassy were discussed between sources in US intelligence and a private security firm that spied extensively on the WikiLeaks co-founder, a court has been told. Details of the alleged spying operation against Assange and anyone who visited him at the embassy were laid out on Wednesday at his extradition case, in evidence by a former employee of a Spanish security company, UC Global.

A ban from Facebook has apparently done little to slow Brian Kolfage, charged last month for defrauding thousands in a "build the wall" effort, and who regularly uses personal attacks and misinformation to sic his online following on perceived detractors.

What could be more 2020 than an ongoing invasion of jumping worms? These earthworms are wriggling their way across the United States, voraciously devouring protective forest leaf litter and leaving behind bare, denuded soil. read more

New York City will impose fines on people who refuse to wear a face covering in public, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Tuesday, as he announced that the rate of positive tests for the coronavirus had climbed above 3% in the city for the first time in months. read more


Trump Allies Defend Him After White Supremacist Debate Remarks

...The White House and some GOP allies defended President Donald Trump's failure to explicitly condemn White supremacy at Tuesday's debate, while the only Black Republican senator called on the president to "correct" his comments.

Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina said he thought Trump "misspoke" in response to debate moderator Chris Wallace asking whether the president was willing to condemn White supremacists and militia groups. Scott said the president should clarify what he meant.

"I think he misspoke," Scott told reporters Wednesday at the Capitol. "I think he should correct it. If he doesn't correct it I guess he didn't misspeak."

White House aides and Trump allies mounted a defense of the president's remarks, in which he didn't denounce White supremacists and instead said the violent, far-right group Proud Boys should "stand back and stand by." He then pivoted to blaming the far-left anti-fascist movement known as antifa for violence, even though his nominee for Homeland Security secretary has said White supremacists are "most persistent and lethal threat" to the U.S. from within the country....

@#111 ... This is the cluster ##k of the year. ...


Now think about Pres Trump and Pres Putin meeting in Helsinki without aides..

Coming out of that meeting, Pres Trump looks like this...


Based upon that picture, do you think Pres Putin or Pres Trump came out ahead?

Pres Trump (i.e., the united States) looks like he is a teenager who was just chastised.

Jonathan King - Everyone's Gone To The Moon

~ ... hands full of money, all in debt...~

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